Tirupati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy will present a silk vastram to Lord Venkateswara in Tirumala on Tuesday, September 27. The Tirupati district administration has made arrangements to receive the chief minister who will start his two-day visit to the temple city from tomorrow.
According to a press release issued Monday by District Collector K Venkatarami Reddy, the CM will arrive in Tirupati on the evening of September 27. He is expected to land at Renigunta airport at 4:35 p.m. on Tuesday. Shortly after his arrival, the CM visited the Gangamma Temple at Tathaiyyagunta to offer prayers.
Later, CM YS Jagan will reach Tirumala and after Bedi Anjaneya Darshan he will introduce the official extensive pattu at Srivari temple as an official tradition. After Srivari Darshan, he will also participate in the first vahana Seva of the Brahmotsavam-Pedda Sesha vahana.
CM YS Jagan will land a fleet of 10 electric buses at APSRTC’s Alipiri depot. The bus service will be provided on the Tirupati-Tirumala line. Considering the environmental protection and ecology of the Seshachala hill range where Tirumala is located, the state RTC plans to procure 100 electric buses out of which 10 buses would be put into circulation on Tuesday.
Each bus seats 35 passengers and travels 185 km on a single charge and includes LED display screens, CCTV cameras, Wi-Fi, GPS tracking and luggage racks. TTD has converted the Alipiri bus station into a fully electric charging station. RTC will also operate 50 electric buses between Tirumala-Tirupati 14 buses to Renigunta Airport, 12 on Tirupati-Madanapalli, 12 on Tirupati-Kadapa and another 12 on the Tirupati-Nellore route.
On Wednesday, the Chief Minister will have a second Sri Venkateshwara Darshan and later inaugurate the newly constructed parakamani building as well as a new Lakshmi VPR rest house. CM YS Jagan is expected to reach Renigunta later in the day and depart for Orwakallu Airport in Kurnool for another visit.
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